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Traditional Watercolor - D. Knight

          Traditional Watercolor

     Gain confidence in your artwork. Gain insight into getting the most from the watercolor medium.  This is a watercolor course that explores the classical watercolor techniques in a simple systematic way.  Each process is explained and demonstrated and practiced before being used in a more complicated artwork.

     We will be working on one large painting throughout the course.  Each week will introduce, explain, demonstrate and offer in class exercises to a specific traditional watercolor technique.  After practicing the technique the student will add to their larger painting.

5 Week class starts April 4 - May 2

Tuesday 10 a.m. - 12 noon

Fee: $120
Class size limited to 15
 
                            
Supply List Suggestions:

Traditional Watercolor materials list
1.watercolor paper  - I recommend Arches 140 lb cold press paper, either a full sheet to tear into 
   desired pieces, or a block 11 x 14( you may want to get two of these) ** 
2.Sketch book - any size  that accepts water media for tests etc
3.Palette - a white plastic palette is best but you can substitute white plates or even paper plates
4.Colors - I recommend professional grade paints in tubes ( though Winsor Newton’s Cotman’s are          also very good)   
   quinacridone red, cadmium red, ultramarine blue, cereleum blue, cobalt blue, hansa yellow, cadmium    yellow light and gamboge
  (as you can see the three primary colors)  also any colors you like : opera pink, green gold, etc
5.Brushes - watercolor brushes assorted including #12 rounds and 1 1/2” flat
6.paper towels
7.masking tape
8.liquid frisket
9.hard pencil and soft pink or white eraser
***if you decide to get full sheets of watercolor paper instead of the blocks please bring a hard board on which to tape the paper down


Michaels has some of these materials  but they are expensive…make sure you use the newspaper or on line coupons
Dick Blick Art Supplies and Jerrysartarama  on line are the best place to buy art supplies  they deliver quite fast
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